St. John XXIII Congregation has two cemeteries that serve as the final resting places for both members and non-members of our community. For more information or to purchase a lot, contact: Steve Ziebell at 262-707-1465 (Cell) OR email.
Visiting Hours – sunrise to sunset
Landscaping and Decorations
- Planting of flowers and other decorations is limited to the area directly in front of the monument and no more than 12 inches in front of the monument.
- Recommended that plantings have a solid border in front to avoid accidental hitting with trimmers(wood, block, and plastic borders, are good materials – no open fencing)
- No trees, bushes, or shrubs are allowed to be planted without the written approval of the cemetery.
- The cemetery may trim, prune or remove any plantings as it deems necessary. If over time plantings overgrow and cover the name on the stone they will be trimmed back or removed.
- No other ground structure is allowed without the permission of the cemetery.
- Decorations in mausoleum and columbarium sections are only allowed in assigned areas. Nothing is allowed next to the building or affixed on the crypt or niche.
- All plantings and decorations will be removed if they have deteriorated, discolored, or distract from the appearance of the cemetery. All seasonal decorations such as Christmas wreaths etc. not removed by the owners will be discarded May 1st.
- If grave sites are overgrown with weeds or plants or not kept up by owners or family the cemetery may trim the area involved so as not to distract from the beauty of the cemetery.
- If you find garbage you would be welcome to dispose of it in the garbage cans.
- Pets must be on leashes and are allowed along roadways only. Dogs are not allowed in grave areas. Please clean up your animal waste. That is the responsibility of the pet owner, NOT the cemetery grounds personnel. Please co-operate.
- The St. Mary’s Cemetery Association welcomes you to its beautiful properties and in partnership with lot owners, we can continue to enhance its beauty for generations to come.
Thank you for your cooperation – The St. Mary’s Cemetery Association